Jaroslav Icha

Jaroslav Icha
Interherence GmbH

PhD
Interested in temperature control for your light microscopy experiments? Get in touch! jaroslav@interherence.com

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Introduction
I help light microscopists control their sample temperature with #VAHEAT https://interherence.com/vaheat/ But that's just a start. We are working on more cool devices at Interherence, stay tuned.

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Publications (20)
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While the design of industrial products is often optimized for the sequential assembly of single components, organismal development is hallmarked by the concomitant occurrence of tissue growth and organization. Often this means that proliferating and differentiating cells occur at the same time in a shared tissue environment that continuously chang...
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ORGANIZED by the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC), the CYTO conference is one of the most important events for everyone interested in cytometry and quantitative single cell analysis. It is an annual assembly of cytometry experts as well as novices in this field—all hav- ing one common denominator—passion for cytometry. This...
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β1-integrins mediate cell-matrix interactions and their trafficking is important in the dynamic regulation of cell adhesion, migration and malignant processes including cancer cell invasion. Here, we employ an RNAi screen to characterize regulators of integrin traffic and identify the association of Golgi-localized gamma ear-containing Arf-binding...
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Cell adhesion to the extracellular matrix is fundamental to metazoan multicellularity and is accomplished primarily through the integrin family of cell-surface receptors. Integrins are internalized and enter the endocytic–exocytic pathway before being recycled back to the plasma membrane. The trafficking of this extensive protein family is regulate...
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The conditional and reversible depletion of proteins by auxin-mediated degradation is a powerful tool to investigate protein functions in cells and whole organisms. However, its wider applications require fusing the auxin-inducible degron (AID) to individual target proteins. Thus, establishing the auxin system for multiple proteins can be challengi...
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The conditional and reversible depletion of proteins by auxin-mediated degradation is a powerful tool to investigate protein functions in cells and whole organisms. However, its wider applications require fusing the auxin-inducible degron (AID) to individual target proteins. Thus, establishing the auxin system for multiple proteins can be challengi...
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Presentation that served as a background for our discussion at a workshop at CYTO2018, the 33rd Congress of the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry in Prague May 1st
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Phototoxicity frequently occurs during live fluorescence microscopy, and its consequences are often underestimated. Damage to cellular macromolecules upon excitation light illumination can impair sample physiology, and even lead to sample death. In this review, we explain how phototoxicity influences live samples, and we highlight that, besides the...
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The arrangement of neurons into distinct layers is critical for neuronal connectivity and function. During development, most neurons move from their birthplace to the appropriate layer, where they polarize. However, kinetics and modes of many neuronal translocation events still await exploration. In this study, we investigate retinal ganglion cell...
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The arrangement of neurons into distinct layers is critical for neuronal connectivity and function of the nervous system. During development, most neurons move from their birthplace to the appropriate layer, where they polarize. However, kinetics and modes of many neuronal translocation events still await exploration. Here, we investigate ganglion...
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Light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) is gaining more and more popularity as a method to image embryonic development. The main advantages of LSFM compared to confocal systems are its low phototoxicity, gentle mounting strategies, fast acquisition with high signal to noise ratio and the possibility of imaging samples from various angles (views)...
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Apical radial glia (aRG), the stem cells in developing neocortex, are unique bipolar epithelial cells, extending an apical process to the ventricle and a basal process to the basal lamina. Here, we report novel features of the Golgi apparatus, a central organelle for cell polarity, in mouse aRGs. The Golgi was confined to the apical process but not...
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A century ago, Santiago Ramón y Cajal had already postulated that neurons born in specific proliferative zones have to migrate to ensure correct neocortical layering. Today we know that neuronal migration is a common phenomenon in many brain regions and that neurons are often born micrometres to centimetres away from the place they fulfil their fun...
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There is increasing evidence to suggest that splicing decisions are largely made when the nascent RNA is still associated with chromatin. Here we demonstrate that activity of histone deacetylases (HDACs) influences splice site selection. Using splicing-sensitive microarrays, we identified ∼700 genes whose splicing was altered after HDAC inhibition....

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Besides directly from Agilent obviously. In Europe.
Than you very much!

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